Felix Cavaliere
from the Rascals
Groovin, on a
Sunday afternoon
in Centennial Park

This was an
Italian Festival
with Sausage
and Bocce.
Others foods
included Pizza and
lots of Pasta dishes

Felix Cavaliere
sounded great,
mixing oldies with
Rascals songs
Good Lovin,
Mustang Sally,
and other
Rascals hits.
He kept the crowd
going, from the old
folks to young kids.
He signed a few
autographs after the
show, and I had a
chance to shake
hands with him.
The Rascals
Promotional Picture
Felix Caveliere
Felix Cavaliere signs
autographs after the show
Felix Cavaliere
Born Nov. 29, 1944
in Pelham, NY

The term "Blue Eyes
Soul" was allegedly
coined for the Rascals
(although none of them
had blue eyes), whose
approximation of the
mid-sixties black pop
crossed the color line.
Felix Cavaliere had
studied classical piano.
Cavalier, and Rascal
members Eddie Brigati
and Gene Cornish
joined Joey Dee and
the Starlighters
(sometimes spelled as
The Rascals came
together in 1964, after
Cavaliere, Brigati, and
Cornish left Dee, and
formed a quartet with
Dino Danelli. They
started out as the
Young Rascal,
eventually changing
the name to the

The Rascals Hits:
Good Lovin'
You Better Run
Come On Up
Lonely Too Long
A Girl Like You
How Can I Be Sure
It's Wonderful
A Beautiful Morning
People Got To Be Free
Felix Cavaliere
(from The Rascals)
June 4, 2006 :  Nashville, Tennessee
* Centennial Park Activity Shelter *
Pictures by Pat Adams
Middle: An old friend, musician Buddy Farler
on the dance floor at the Felix Cavaliere show.
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